As the idea and exploration of consensual non-monogamy continues to flourish, we have noticed the growing need for lifestyle community. The different flavors and diverse approaches to the lifestyle means that one size does not fit all. For this episode, we invited our friends Fin and Emma from the Normalizing Non-monogamy podcast to chat with us about their community and how the four of us see the ways in which communities are forming—plus, how to find the community that fits you the best.
Here are a few communities you may want to explore:
- Normalizaing Non-monogamy community
- We Gotta Thing community
- Multi-amory community
- Bloom community platform
- Bonobo network
As always, this episode of We Gotta Thing is presented in three segments:
Segment 1 | Keeping Up with the Joneses
Segment 2 | The Need for Lifestyle Community
Segment 3 | Our Sexy Snapshots
We are not experts or professionals; therefore, we don’t offer relationship advice or instructions. Our podcast episodes, blog posts, articles, and the content within and linked to this website are not intended as “how to” resources but rather “what if” information from our own perspective and based on our own experiences.
We are Mr. & Mrs. Jones, and we gotta thing goin’ on! The We Gotta Thing podcast began in 2014 as a way for us to chronicle our journey though the swinger lifestyle and share content that is meant to be interesting, useful, entertaining, and supportive of others who are in or considering entering the lifestyle. We have released an episode every month (with one exception) ever since, offering insight on relevant topics and sometimes comical glimpses into the ups and downs associated with being a married couple that swings, along with a sexy snapshots of our experiences.
If you listen straight through from Episode 1 to the present, you’ll undoubtably notice our growth as we navigate the journey. (You’ll also notice that our podcasting equipment and skills get a lot better after the first few episodes!)
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